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Philanthropy Can Fend Off Attacks on Endowments by Giving at the Grass-Roots

William A. Schambra

The fact that modern American democracy tolerates foundation endowments is simply amazing.

For much of our national life, endowments generated considerable suspicion as we sought to throw off the vestiges of pre-democratic political orders, foremost…

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